Telugu Phalgun Masa in 2015 – Falguna Month in Traditional Calendar in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh in 2015



Phalgun Month, or Falguna Masa, is the 12th month in a traditional Telugu calendar followed in Andhra Pradesh. Phalgun Masa in 2015 begins on February 19 and ends on March 20, 2015. Phalguna Masam is the last month in traditional Telugu Hindu Calendar. Some of the important festivals and auspicious days include Amalaki Ekadasi, Holi Festival, and Papamochini Ekadasi.

Sankatahara Chavithi monthly fasting dedicated to Lord Ganesh is on March 9 – Moonrise is at 9:39 PM – Indian standard time.

Phalgun Masa 2015 Shukla and Krishna Paksha
  • Phalgun Masa 2015 Shukla Paksha or bright phase of moon in Telugu Calendar is from February 19 to March 5, 2015
  • Phalgun Masa 2015 Krishna Paksha or dark phase of moon in Telugu Calendar is from March 6 to March 20, 2015
Phalgun Masa Ekadasi
Amalaki Ekadasi – March 1
Papamochini Ekadasi – March 16 - Smarta Ekadasi
Papamochini Ekadasi – March 17 - Bhagavat Ekadasi

Phalgun Masa Pradosh
Pradosh – March 2 - Som Pradosha
Pradosh - March 18 - Pradosh

Poornima in Phalguna Masa 2015
Phalguna Poornima or Full moon day is on March 5, 2015. Time from 8:55 PM on March 4 to 11:02 PM on March 5, 2014. Purnima Vrat is on March 5. Holika Dahan March 5. Holi play with colors is on March 6.

Amavasya in Phalguna Masa 2015
Phalgun Amavasya or No moon day is on March 20, 2015. Time from 6:11 PM on March 19 to 3:47 PM on March 20, 2015.

The dates of important festivals in Phalgun Masa are:
  • Holika Dahana - March 5
  • Holi Festival – March 6
  • Ranga Panchami - March 11
Please note that Falgun Mahina in traditional Hindu calendar followed in North India begins on February 4, 2015 and ends on March 5, 2015.

Phalgun Masam in Gujarat, Maharashtra and Karnataka is similar to the Telugu Calendar.

Next month in Telugu Calendar is the Chaitra Month. The first month in Telugu Hindu Lunar Calendar.

March 21, 2015 is observed as Ugadi.